URACCAN's human talent participates in the course on digital transformation and soft skills
In addition to applying course knowledge in the institutional and educational fields, they also have great utilities for the business world.
Josselyn Flores and Judith Robleto

The course will address two models, linked to the field of graphic design: Desing Thinking and Canvas.

URACCAN and CARCIP began this week a semi-presidential course on digital transformation and soft skills for entrepreneurs, involving 25 human talents from the four venues and the Liaison Office of this institution. This academic activity is taught by the Nicaraguan firm with a global Thaliew approach and financed by Telcor, from the Government of Nicaragua.

This training is aimed at enhancing the use and best practices of technological tools to optimize work and innovative performance in educational and business fields. Therefore, two business models, linked to the field of design, will be addressed, which are: Desing Thinking and Canvas. The first allows us to understand and solve the needs of the maglaries. The second is a graphic design program, with vectors, images and text that allow you to create and edit your own projects.  

In that sense, the PhD. Eugenio López Mairena, vice-chancellor of the New Guinea venue, explained that "The course is a tool that we are working with young people who are entering this digital platform, which aims to make all the small businesses, the entrepreneurship that these young people or anyone else who is undertaking have the ability to transform it digitally by achieving better marketing results and achieving greater empathy with the customer".

Participant experiences

The Licdo. Francisco Dans, coordinator of Computer science and administrative sciences, stated that "the issue of digital transformation is something multidisciplinary that comes to bring us knowledge in our work and thus expand it".

In addition, the coordinator added, "We can return to that transformation to our environment, this whole journey to us is giving us guidelines in education, for example, and in the current context we have transformed the way we bring information to students through different tools and methods that we use to learn, keep up with their studies and be able to successfully complete the teaching process."

For his part, José Luis García Blandón, from the New Guinea venue and entrepreneur participating in the course, said that the training activity deals "basically in how an existing business can be reinvented or transformed or started to go hand in hand with technological advances" he says.

The Licda. Hilda Mendoza, teacher of the Bluefields campus, closed by asserting that "this initiative will strengthen her knowledge of computer science, as well as entrepreneurship through new cutting-edge technologies, as well as transforming the work environment and in the personal sphere".